Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 17, 1957 · Page 39
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 39

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, November 17, 1957
Page 39
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17,1957 THE PHAHOS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA PAGE ELEVEN Gen. LeMay Proves U.S. Jets Can Go Anyplace WASHINGTON (UP)—Gen. Curtis E. LeMay completed a 5,204- mile trip -from Buenos Aires in 11 hours and 5 minutes Wednesday to establish a hard-to-beat speed mark for a non-stop jet flight. LeMay on Tuesday set a new long distance record of 6,300 miles Base, 8,100-mile flight from California to the Philippines by three B66 bombers of the U. S. Tactical Air' Com- jnand in another show of global strength. These planes were refueled enroute before landing in the Philippine?. The.' B66s are twin-jet medium bombers capable of carrying atomic weapons. LeMay's KC135 from Westover Air Force , Mass., to Buenos Aires. (tanker is designed for refueling LeMay Air Force vice chief pfL hydro S on bombers and is the mili- staff and former head of trie j f ary ver s™ of the Boeing 707 jet Strategic Air Command, made thsi"?" sc *edu!ed for use by U. S. two-way flight in a four-jet MC135 a1 ^™<j s next tanker plane. He said it proved LeMay's average 'speed on the that U. S. bombers can "go any i .^ rn . troi place you want" and will not be' J m ' les an hour ' Dot 1 uite as outmoded by missiles for a "long :good as ' the 490-miles-an-hour he time to come." .averaged on the 13 hour 2-minute The Buenos Aires-to-Washington' : d ' nner " to " breakfast trip to the flight established the first speed record for a non-stop jet flight between the two capitals. The Westover-to-Buenos Aires hop set a long distance record for jet planes without refueling. The feats coincided with The jaunty, cigar-smoking Air Force general scarcely had stepped from the plane at Washington National Airport .when he was awarded the Distinguished ! Flying Cross, an: Gen. Thomas — I Force chief of D. White, staff, made Air the FOOT RELIEF GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY BACK If within 6 weeks wear you *r« nofr completely satisfied. Fof Mtn and Wamfn. Sold Nationally Different from any arch support you havo avar worn If you aro suffering from arthritis, back or leg pains, bunions, calloit- ses, cents, sort and athing feet, AND it's comfort- you wanf, H- is w«ll worth your time and a -trip to our store. SAVE YOURSELF MONEY. Only Veiva-Sole Arch Supports are unconditionally guaranteed. There is a reason—SUPERIOR RESULTS. If an arch support isn't good enough to guarantee, it isn't good •nough to buy. W« ar* helping many people In this -area and offer you un* dreamed of relief and comfort. and -for only $6, COMBS Your Friendly Shoe Store 417 East Broadway I presentation. Air Force Secretary James Douglas also was on hand. Burnettsville BURNETTSVILLE — The Womans Work of The Brethren church met in the church basement/recently to prepare for the supper Wednesday evening. The Hobby Lobby club met -at the home of .Mrs. lone Doa Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William McLeland and daughter called on Mr. and Mrs. Larry McLeland at Logansport last week. .... Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brechbiel and Mickey were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brechbiel. Mrs. .Winifred Troxel called on Mrs. Fannie Buchanan Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Brechbiel and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Charles McConnel of Lafayette, were Sunday .dinner guests 'of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Young at Logansport. C. M. Mertz went to Monticello on business Thursday. Mrs. Don Heiny and .Miss Janice McLeland spent Monday in. Lo- 'gansport. James Maddock attended a father and son banquet at the Hickory Grove church. Wednesday. ftkf©fete£ True Life Adventures HELPING BEAKS. INJURED'. ANP UNA-BUE TO _Fuy/sNi? FISH HIMSELF. *W APUCT. SOOBV W1U- REVERT TO THE FUSCV3L.1NO T=OK. HIS T=OOP. It NA.TUKE TO RESPOND . OPEM MOUTH, KEEF. OH FEEOTNO HIM. Discover Knock-Knees Are Common in Youth jRead the Classified Ads NEW YORK flU-P) — A study, shows that knock-knees are fairly common in the very young but that knees as they grow older are very much inclined to stop knocking together. This conclusion was based on precise measurements of 1,000 pairs of knees ranging in age from 11 years down to infants who • had just learned to toddle around without help. Dr. A. J. M. Morley who recorded a "natural history" of knock-knees concluded that "toddlers' knock-knee can be allowed to join the growing group of developmental deviations which seldom need treatment." Studied Age Groups He. found that 26 per cent of the .'children he studied who were be- j tween 3 and 3% years old had. only a slight amount of knock-kneed- ness or none at all. But 22 per cent of the' children that age -had definite knock-knees. Among children 7 years old or older,-however,'only !• to '2. per cent had knock-knees of the same degree. Knees get closer together up to between 3 .and 3% years and then start iseparating into normal spac- ing as the leg bones lengthen through natural growth, he found, j His study was thorough enough to dispel some of the ages-old superstitions about knock-knees. For one thing, he found no relationship between knock-knees and flat feet. As a matter of fact, the feet of infants always look as. though they were flat due to normal "fat pads." " No Link To Walking Nor did he find any relationship between knock-knees and the age when the babe began walking, nor with how long'the babe fed at the breast nor with whether the child's diet had been supplemented with vitamins during the first 18 months of life. But there was an indicated relationship between knock - knees and weight, since the mean weights of children with the condition was greater than the mean weights of comparable children without it. He concluded that knock-knees in children under seven "can probably» be safely ignored unless it is excessive or unless an underlying cause is present," such ^ rickets or abnormalities in bone development. UNBELIEVABLE HERE'S THE LOWEST PRICED ALL ELECTRIC ADDING MACHINE It's the newest—lightest—handiest! It's an underwood! It does everything! ADDS • SUBTRACTS • MULTIPLIES TOTALS • SUB-TOTALS ONLY A MOMTH ahtr imbll down poym«nt 10-KEY UNDERWOOD ADD-MATE "masters your paperwork" ANYONE CAN USE THIS PHONE-SIZE, all-electric adding machine. Priced for the store, home or office, it adds, subtracts, multiplies, repeats, corrects, totals up to $999,999.99 and sub-totals all electrically. It's made by UNDERWOOD, world's "most successful adding machine manufacturer. You'll have to see this mathematical marvel to believe its size (7" x 9" x 5"), weight (7 Ibs., 5 ozs.) and versatile . performance. Call your Underwood representative listed below. See how the 10-Key Add-Mate helps you master payrolls, inventories, bank statements, daily totals, invoice checking, sales checks, journal and ledger balances, etc. underwood 168 5O Pin Tax masters your paperwork SEE THE NEW ADD-MATE—CALL 3842 LOGANSPORT HI ATI'S Next to Hie Logan Theatre DEFT. MANAGERS' WARDS •^••••••••••••••••••••••^••((•••••i SAVE sweeping price-cuts hi every department... hurry...some quantities limited save now—pay Wards later on terms AND MORE ON ORIGINAL PRICES $19995 2-Pc. living room suite, nylon cover, turq. and rose r - "-• $149 $34.50 to $39.50 Box springs, 80 to 86 coil, name brand, reduced price•••'••• $24 $99.95 Sleeper Lounge, cotton twist, green, toast and turq. $5 down ••••••••••• $60 Reg. $95.40 9x12 Wool carpet, thick pile, compare with rugs $10 to $20 more $79 Rockers-One group $39.95 to $79.95, green, grey, blue ,solid and plaids $29 to $74 Reg. $189.95 to $239.95 T.V. sets, Blond or Mahg., console or table, your choice $179 $179.95 Ward's "Deluxe" Dryer, now at the lowest price ever, $5 Down $159 $6.98 Fiberglass Priscillas-off white 45"x90". Hurry, quantity limited - $4.99 PMHMMMMt * * * * * * * * * § * | TOY-A-RAMA HURRY, MANY ITEMS AT TrKS SUPER SAlf 25% OFF •& Yes, 25% discount on emy ol our toys -that carry*. a r»d or gr*en Dennhon Dot. look our large escort"A 1 ment over first and save. Sorry, must be cosh and" carry. No layawayi on this stock reduction sale. • "" . Reg. $4.98 and $5.98 Window drapes-Save over 50% Acetate-Rayon, 48x90" $2.99 Reg. $15.98 Nylon and Dacron Comforter, blue, yellow, pink 80x84" $12.99 Reg. $2.98 Men's Sport Shirts-colorful assortment, cotton, rayon and kasha $1.99 Reg. $3.98 to $8.95 Light Fixture Clearance-your choice-assorted ........ $1.99 Reg. 1 7c to 22c Nails-1 7-1 00 Ib. kegs of nails in sizes 4, 6, 1 0, 1 6, 20, Ib ...... 8c Reg.- $349.95 13.2 cu> ft. Refrigerator-Freeier combination ........ ........ $289.88 Reg. $5.75 to $12.95 Dinnerware 16 or 32 PC. sets - your choice $3.88 to $6.88 -K * I * * * $5 Down On Terms OIL HEATER CLEAN-UP SALE. 20 % OFF 1 Room Oil Heater 30,000 BTU Now $38.36 1 to 2 Room Oil Heater 40,000 BTU, Now ..$43.16 3 to 4 Room Oil Heater, 60,000 BTU, Now $74.36 to 6 Room Oil Heater, 75,000 6TU, Now $81.36 **** * * -K * * $289.95-40" Elec. "Supreme" Ward's Range, loaded with features, now $199 Air Conditioners % h.p. llOvor 1 h.p. 220v, Regularly sold for $199.88 Now $149 Reg, $39.95 Girls' English Bike-quantity limited-Black, Blue • $29 USE YOUR CREDIT TO SAVE NOW-PAY LATER ON TERMS! 39c $2.47 $1.27 $1.47 99c 7.99 Reg. 49c MEN'S COTTON HOSE Dark colors in small patterns 11-1 lVi-12 .., Reg. $2.98 LADIES BEMBBRG GOWNS "International" Pink and Blue, 34 to 40 ... Reg. 1.49 to 1.69 GIRLS' SUSPENDER JEANS Blue Denim, in sizes 3 to 6x. Hurry Reg. 1.98 to 2.98 GIRLS' SWEATERS 100% DuPont Orion Cardigan, Colors ..., : . SHOES REDUCED 20% to 60% 1.98 Slippers ....... ***** ******** ******** I BEST QUALITY BIANKET J ~* Ward's Fleecy Down Blanket in Ray~* on and Orion Blend. Exclusive of -K ornamentation. Acetate satin bind- ' ^ -K ing. 72x90". Hundreds sold at 3 -K $10.95. . , * -K R«fl. T3.95 to 15.95 WooLor Orion Blanket 12.99 * ******** * * ***** * * * * * * Reg. 2.98 and 3.98 BOYS' PANTS | QQ One group" of pants 6 to 16, asst. materials I »t I Reg. 1.29 to 2.39 MEN'S WITNERWE1GHT "T" SHIRT One counter cotton and 25% wool, 38> 40, 42, 44 Reg. 1.39 to 1.50 HUNTING HATS One group of Hats reduced for this sale .., Reg. $295.00 OUTBOARD MOTOR 12 H. P. Deluxe No. 9021—Cash or terms . . Reg. 2.69 to 4.98 FOOTBALLS or EQUIPMENT * J AQ Your choice football, helmet or shoulder pads^ I iOO Reg. $124.50 19" SELF-PROPELLED LAWN MOWER M . ... Reg. $12.45 TIRE CHAINS, 900-U, 700-15, 800-15 : ********************* * BOYS' REGULAR $1.59 and $1.98 * J SPORT SHIRTS * -fc 'Hurry! Newest styles in favor fcrbrics ^t at Ward's amazing low price. Machine ij washable. Sizes 6 to 16. ********************* Reg. $17.45 COVERALL HOUSE PAINT 3 5 gal. cans left.—White only, can .... Reg. $3.98 HOME .AND AUTO MATS Box Reg. $5.98 AUTO SPOT LIGHT 6 Volt - Now Reg. $7.55 TILE BOARD 4x4' and 4x6' QQ * *C $99 $6 Reg. 64c SQ. FT. PLASTIC WALL TILE 4x4" S q. ft..... Reg. $2.19 BUILDING PAPER FOIL Red Rosin —'Roll ' Reg. $119.50 SINGLE PAIL MILKER One Only Reg. $22.50 MILK CART-" . . Hardwood, — Rubber Tires Reg. $82.50 20-GAL. MILK HOUSE WATER * HEATER - One only ***************** * HOME HEATING UNITS RfDUCED * * 30% OFF 5 .* . • • * -fc Steel Coal-FirecMteg. $389 ......Now $272 ^ ^ Steel Oil-Fired-Reg. $330 .Now $M5 T ^ Vertical L.P.G. Gos-R»g. $267 Now $199 ^ ************* ******** $10 $2.00 $3.88 $3.00 25c 88c $75 $18 $60 *.*** STORE HOURS 9-5 Daily, 9-9 Friday 412 E. BROADWAY, PHONE 4193

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